Katharine House Hospice’s annual Midnight Walk returns on Saturday, June 24, when hundreds of people will take on a 10-mile course and raise money for people and families facing life-limiting illness.
The theme for this year’s event is Animals, so the hospice is encouraging people to put on some rabbit ears, slip in to an animal onesie, or join friends, family and colleagues in a giant caterpillar and raise as much money as possible for the hospice.
Events fundraiser Victoria Cliff Hodges said: “It costs over £10,000 to run the hospice every day, so by joining the Midnight Walk and raising sponsorship money you’ll be helping to provide specialist care for people who really need it.”
More than 600 walkers took part in the Midnight Walk last year, raising over £80,000.
People registering before April 30 to take part in the 2017 Midnight Walk will pay an Early Bird price of £15. See www.khh.org.uk/midnight-walk